1941 Edmonton municipal election
The 1941 municipal election was held November 12, 1941 to elect a mayor and five aldermen to sit on Edmonton City Council and four trustees to sit on the public school board, while four trustees were acclaimed to the separate school board.
There were ten aldermen on city council, but five of the positions were already filled: James Ogilvie, Sidney Bowcott, Athelstan Bissett (SS), Sidney Parsons, and Frederick John Mitchell were all elected to two-year terms in 1940 and were still in office.
There were seven trustees on the public school board, but three of the positions were already filled: Izena Ross, E M Gunderson, and W G McConachie had been acclaimed to two-year terms in 1940 and were still in office. The same was true of the separate board, where Adrien Crowe (SS), James O’Hara, and J O Pilon were continuing.
There were 17,566 ballots cast out of 56,808 eligible voters, for a voter turnout of 30.9%.
- bold or indicates elected
- italics indicate incumbent
- "SS", where data is available, indicates representative for Edmonton's South Side, with a minimum South Side representation instituted after the city of Strathcona, south of the North Saskatchewan River, amalgamated into Edmonton on February 1, 1912.
|Independent||John Wesley Fry||11,632||68.78%|
|Citizens' Committee||George Campbell||5,281||31.22%|
|Citizens' Committee||James McCrie Douglas||8,113||SS|
|Civic Progressive Association||Gwendolen Clarke||7,369|
|Citizens' Committee||Charles Gariepy||6,718|
|Civic Progressive Association||Guy Patterson||6,378|
|Civic Progressive Association||Frank Crang||6,082||SS|
|Citizens' Committee||John E. Sydie||5,251|
|Citizens' Committee||Milo M. Case||4,921|
|Citizens' Committee||Albert E. Knowler||4,485|
|Labour||W. H. O'Neill||3,928|
Public school trustees
|Citizens' Committee||Melvin Downey||10,993||SS|
|Citizens' Committee||Roy Sutherland||10,794|
|Citizens' Committee||Albert Ottewell||10,532||SS|
|Citizens' Committee||James Hyndman||10,532|
Separate (Catholic) school trustees
William Wilde (SS), Robert Tighe, Thomas Malone, and Romeo Bouchard were acclaimed.